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New Issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (vol. 16, number 4)

The recent issue of Business Ethics: A European Review (volume 16, number 4) contains:

  • Do corporate codes of ethics reflect issues of societal transformation? Western German and Slovak companies compared, by Winkler, I. and Remiñov, A. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 419-431, 2007.
  • That’s not what happened and it’s not my fault anyway! An exploration of management attitudes towards SRI-shareholder engagement, by Vandekerckhove, W., Leys, J. and Van Braeckel, D. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 403-418, 2007.
  • The natural environment as a salient stakeholder: non-anthropocentrism, ecosystem stability and the financial markets, by Norton, S. D. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 387-402, 2007.
  • Two case study scenarios in banking: a commentary on The Hutton Prize for Professional Ethics, 2004 and 2005, by Molyneaux, D., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 372-386, 2007.
  • The shadow of MacIntyre’s manager in the Kingdom of Conscience constrained, by Hine, J. A. H. S. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 358-371, 2007.
  • Board diversity in the United Kingdom and Norway: an exploratory analysis, by Grosvold, J. , Brammer, S. and Rayton, B. , in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 344-357, 2007.
  • The strategic use of corporate philanthropy: building societies and demutualisation defences, by Campbell, D. and Slack, R., in: Business Ethics: A European Review, volume 16, number 4, pages 326-343, 2007.

Further information about this issue, including abstracts are available at csr-literature.net